eSciPub Journals

Our Journals

Subcritical nuclear power and economic development, proposals

Review Article of International Research Journal of Physics Subcritical nuclear power and economic development, proposals Florent Pirot Independent researcher This paper presents different concepts of interest for nuclear power development, in a balanced way, aimed at communities, industrial development, yachting and military purposes. Nuclear power can serve anywhere in the globe. This paper is intended at contributing to making it happen, in the “atoms for peace” spirit. Keywords: community economics, economic development, industrialization, economic growth, reactors of common sense ...

An image of death in dinosaur faces caught in a pyroclastic flow from a local sub-event of the Chicxulub impact

Research Article of International Research Journal of Physics An image of death in dinosaur faces caught in a pyroclastic flow from a local sub-event of the Chicxulub impact Florent Pirot Independent researcher The following paper builds on already observed dinosaur remains killed in a volcanic eruption linked to the Chicxulub in the area of Valbonne in south eastern France. The Chicxulub impact catapulted a number of sub-blocks from the crust around its impact area in the Yucatan far from it, their brutal landing triggered smaller tectonic waves. In Valbonne, which is a marginal area of the older Alpine volcanic arc, the dormant volcanism was waked up, as the block itself had been catapulted from the sea floor and was heavily hydrated, causing powerful and sudden pyroclastic flows with a mild temperature and catastrophic amounts of mud materials, intermediary to a lahar, which surprised a large number of dinosaurs. Their bodies were partly burned and aplasted and partly filled up with tephras mixed with hot materials from the impact, or andesitic mud-lava for farther away creatures. Keywords: dinosaur faces caught ; pyroclastic flow;  Chicxulub impact ...

Impact of age on the characteristics and medical care of chronic hepatitis C patients treated with direct-acting antivirals

Research Article of Open Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Impact of age on the characteristics and medical care of chronic hepatitis C patients treated with direct-acting antivirals Michel Doffoel1*, Frédéric Chaffraix1, Florence Ernwein1, Lucile Haumesser2, Simona Tripon1, Robert Bader3, Jean-Philippe Lang1, Anais Lang1, Dominique Paya4, Maude Royant1, Aurélie Velay-Rusch5, Martine Tebacher6, Nicolas Meyer2, François Habersetzer7, Thomas Baumert8 1Service expert de lutte contre les hépatites virales d’alsace (SELHVA) Pôle hépato-digestif, Nouvel hôpital civil, Hôpitaux universitaires, Strasbourg, France, +33608913605 2Groupe méthode en recherche clinique, Pôle de santé publique au travail, Hôpitaux universitaires, Strasbourg, France. 3Service d’hépato gastroentérologie, Groupement hospitalier régional mulhouse sud alsace, Mulhouse, France. 4Pharmacie, Hôpitaux universitaires, Strasbourg, France. 5Laboratoire de Virologie, Hôpitaux universitaires, Strasbourg, France. 6Centre régional de pharmacovigilance grand est, Hôpitaux universitaires, Strasbourg, France. 7Service d’hépato gastroentérologie, Pôle hépato-digestif, Nouvel hôpital civil, Hôpitaux universitaires, Strasbourg, France. 8Institut de recherche sur maladies virales et hépatiques, Inserm U1110, Université de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France. Aim: Chronic hepatitis C is more severe in elderly patients. In France, Direct Acting Antiviral therapy must be implemented via multidisciplinary team meetings in regional reference centers. This study aimed to define the impact of age on hepatitis C characteristics and medical care types across three groups: <50, 50-70, and >70-yo. Methods: All patients with treated hepatitis C virus mono-infection during 8 to 24 weeks were included. Group comparison was based on 21 hepatitis C characteristic and medical care variables. Results: Male predominance decreased in >50-yo (59.7% vs. 72.5%, p <0.001), disappearing in >70-yo (36.2%, p <0.001). The transmission route varied depending on age, with a sharp fall in drug-use transmission in >50-yo (27.8% vs. 51.9%, p=0.02) and increase in transfusion and nosocomial infection to 30% in >70-yo. Advanced fibrosis increased in >50-yo (57.5% vs. 41.5%, p <0.001), with nearly 2/3 of >70-yo affected. Psychiatric comorbidity incidence was halved in ...

PATHOLOGICAL CHANGES IN THE RATS’ EYES AFTER THE ADMINISTRATION OF OIL MACHINERY FLUID THROUGH STEREOTAXIC SURGERY

Research Article of American Journal of Histology and Cytology Pathological Changes In The Rats’ Eyes After The Administration Of Oil Machinery Fluid Through Stereotaxic Surgery Martha Lilia Tena-Suck1*, Alma Ortiz-Plata2, Joaquín Manjarrez3, Wilhelm Moreno4, Carmen Rubio4 , Francisca Fernández-Valverde2 1Instituto Nacional de Neurología y Neurocirugía. Departamento de Neuropatología. Ciudad de México. 2Instituto Nacional de Neurología y Neurocirugía. Laboratorio de Neuropatología experimental Ciudad de México. 3Instituto Nacional de Neurología y Neurocirugía. Laboratorio de formación Reticular. Ciudad de México. 4Instituto Nacional de Neurología y Neurocirugía.  Departamento de Neurofisiología Ciudad de México. Purpose: To achieve a relationship between oil machinery fluid (OMF) and the damage this fluid produces in several eye structures. In neuro-oncology patients, we know there are several parasellar tumors; one of them is the craniopharyngiomas that can produce a cystic structure containing an oily material. It has been denominated as an oil machinery fluid (OMF); this fluid has not yet been widely studied. It is a widely held view that it produces toxic effects in the brain and other structures. This paper aims to see the toxicity of the OMF when administered directly in the brain and the changes produced in the rats’ eyes. Methods: 30 Wistar rats were divided into three groups, control, sham and experimental; the oil machinery fluid was obtained directly from human patients during surgery. The oil machinery fluid was administered to the rat thalamus by stereotaxic surgery. The subjects were under observation after the surgery for five weeks and sacrificed once the observation period ended. Finally, immunohistochemistry was performed on tissue recovered from the eyes. Results: We observed that in the experimental group, there was an increase in glucose levels, the coloration of the eyes changed to a pinkish color, the lenses changed opacity, there were histological changes in the retina, and a reduction of ...

Psychiatric disorders and hepatitis C treated with direct-acting antivirals in a French reference center

Research Article of Open Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Psychiatric disorders and hepatitis C treated with direct-acting antivirals in a French reference center Michel Doffoel1*, Florence Ernwein1, Frédéric Chaffraix1, Simona Tripon1, Jean-Philippe Lang1, Anais Lang1, Lucile Haumesser2, Robert Bader3, Dominique Paya4, Maude Royant1, Aurélie Velay-Rusch5, Martine Tebacher6, Nicolas Meyer2, Thomas Baumert7, François Habersetzer8 and Laurence Lalanne9,10 1Service expert de lutte contre les hépatites virales d’alsace (SELHVA) Pôle hépato-digestif, Nouvel hôpital civil, Hôpitaux universitaires, Strasbourg, France. 2Groupe méthode en recherche clinique, Pôle de santé publique au travail, Hôpitaux universitaires, Strasbourg, France. 3Service d’hépato gastroentérologie, Groupement hospitalier régional Mulhouse sud alsace, Mulhouse, France. 4Pharmacie, Hôpitaux universitaires, Strasbourg, France. 5Laboratoire de Virologie, Hôpitaux universitaires, Strasbourg, France. 6Centre régional de pharmacovigilance grand est, Hôpitaux universitaires, Strasbourg, France. 7Institut de Recherche sur Maladies Virales et Hépatiques, Inserm U1110, Université de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, Institut Universitaire de France, Paris, France; 8Service d’hépato gastroentérologie, Pôle hépato-digestif, Nouvel hôpital civil, Hôpitaux universitaires, Strasbourg, France. 9Département de Psychiatrie et d’Addictologie et Fédération de Médecine Translationnelle de Strasbourg (FMTS), Hôpitaux universitaires, Strasbourg, France. 10Institute for research on viral and hepatic diseases, Inserm U1110, University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, University Institute of France, Paris, France. HCV can cause psychiatric disorders. It is crucial to re-evaluate them with direct-acting antiviral treatment (DDAs), since the interferon-based treatments of the past were capable of causing identical psychiatric adverse effects. A system of multidisciplinary team (MDT) meetings was implemented in France in December 2014 in regional reference centers with the aim of controlling the prescription and administration of these new treatments, along with optimizing how the patients undergoing these treatments are followed up. Our study sought to compare the characteristics and type of medical care received for chronic hepatitis C in patients with (PSY+ group) and without (PSY- group) psychiatric disorders using data from MDT meetings in ...

The clitoris in the chromosomes, and immunity – an essay

Review article of Global Journal of Men’s Health The clitoris in the chromosomes, and immunity – an essay Florent Pirot Independent researcher. This paper underlines scientific arguments on the clitoris’ contribution to health and to immunity in particular. Sexology misses key elements that reduce the sexual abilities of men, and it tries to bridge the gap with simple arguments, chromosomal and biophysical. Keywords: Sexology, Public health, Immunity, Respiratory diseases ...